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Training for former clubs Westbrom and Ben Foster after "refusing to stop making YouTube videos" before Watford was sent off

Ben Foster is currently training with Westbrom to find a new club.

Former England goalkeeper was in Watford last season, butHornetswill return to the secondchampionship in the three seasons after. Couldn't prevent a miserable campaign in the Premier League.

With this, the clubreleased a whopping 27 playersin June. This includes a 39 year old stopper.

Former Manchester United star made a big headline in last year's hit YouTube video, infuriating Watford's chief.

Currently, he's still looking for a new employer, so he's resuming training with former side Westbrom, who spent seven years with him from 2011.

ReportEliasberg confirmed on Twitter:

"Albion helped him after seven years of work, but he has no intention of hiring a goalkeeper."

Watford ChairmanScott Daxbury recently , Foster revealed that he was fined for posting an interesting YouTube video during the club's miserable run last season.

The shot stopper puts a clip like "a balloon that almost hurt me" on his "cycling goalkeeper" channelas the club plunges towards demotion. I was uploading. 

Da Silberg told Watford Observer: "There are a lot of things that are politically sensitive during the season and I can't talk to my fans the way I want.

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"But this season is over I think some videos were disappointing. 

"Our sporting director, Cristiano da Siletta, met Ben and asked him to stop. He I promised to do that, but I didn't. He was fined.

"Watford needs a culture of excellence. Those videos didn't.

"I wanted to publicly say that the video was completely wrong and asked the player to fine and stop, but that wasn't something I could do.

"In the future, the player contract will include a clause that makes it clear that certain actions are not allowed."